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“Evergrain, Ever May You Bake!”

Evergrain Bread Company
Ranked #1 of 3 Bakeries in Chestertown
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $0 - $15
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

We stop here each time we are in Chestertown and stock up on breads to take back home to D.C. Outstanding quality breads and other delicious treats baked in the old world, full flavor, no artificial nothing style. Wondeful place to linger, too, and listen to some music, have a cup of good coffee, read the paper, chat with locals, eat a fresh cookie, scone, bun, or warmed up foccacia...all hard to beat. Some things are worth traveling for and this place is definitely one of them...we'll be back again soon!

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Reviewed January 18, 2013

Walked over early this morning at 6:45 a.m. from the Imperial Hotel across the street where I was staying. Was greeting to rows of fresh bakery delicacies. Ordered a latte and sat down and enjoyed the free WiFi service as the regulars came in for their morning java. Was a nice treat on a cold January morning

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Reviewed January 6, 2013

The Sun Bun was awesome! The dense German multigrain bread was too, in a very different way. Both had wonderful taste and texture.

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Reviewed January 1, 2013

We ate there twice during the week we spent in Chestertown. Everything we had was top notch. The breads are fresh and warm. The butternut squash soup was as good as I've had anywhere. The hot chocolate is normally just steamed chocolate milk; we were fortunate to arrive on a day when they had run out of the normal fare, and they substituted steamed milk with Nutella. Amazingly good, and new staple in our home, thanks to their sharing the trick with us.

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Reviewed December 23, 2012

Can't say enough good things about what is now Evergrain Bread Company, which is so much more than bread. But the bread is what makes it a stand-out. The space and location are terrific, at the quiet ends of the main street, being en enjoyable place to sit with morning coffee and a pastry (the croissants and brioche rolls are REAL, not supermarket stuff) or a light lunch. The coffee here is the BEST. One of us, a connoisseur of good coffee, says this was the best cappuccino he's ever had (twice in a row). I had a Nutella latte, which is dangerously delicious. Let's just say that I'm glad we live well over an hour away. This stuff is hot dessert in a cup. But back to the bread; the heavenly bread. It's made in the old European style with top quality ingredients which makes it real bread. The web site has a video which is well worth watching for fans of real bread - which ranks up there with real beer. If you're not a fan, it will convert you. Chestertown is a great little town for a day out, wandering the quiet street,giving your patronage to the local merchants (wander the back streets, too). Seek out Evergrain Bread..it's worth a pilgrimage...and if you can't get there, go to the Saturday market in Easton, where you can also buy Evergrain bread, but without the lovely ambience of the bakery and coffee shop in an almost perfect little town.

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